Ana's Guest House B&B
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... br> By 5:00, we eventually rallied, showered and headed out the block or so to Passeig de Gracia ( the Champs d'Elyssee, if you will). As soon as we entered from the narrow side street onto this wide boulevard, Jenny was the first to gasp, "Wow! Look at that building!" It was one of Gaudi's buildings and a real treat for the eyes. The intrigue was short lived as after a few pictures, we were all bemoaning the hunger pangs we were having as it had been close to 20 ...
... it almost seemed half of Spain was there today happily strolling through.
One most happy and noisy group was a collection of probably a couple of hundred chanting football supporters. It seems a Greek team is in town to play Barca tonight and these guys were part of the away-team supporters. It was quite exciting watching them pass up La Rambla on their way to Camp Nou (we later saw they'd lost 1-0 to the home team). We found a table for a drink and chatted with a ...
... drinks in me, which was probably true. I was finally convinced and we all went upstairs to pack. After we had packed, we went and bought vodka from the store and went outside to make tic tacs again. We went to the benches where we had sat at the night before and had a good time drinking, all of us except shannon that is who didn't want to go because she didn't want to spend the money. After getting pretty ********d we caught cabs and it was only two euros each to get there. On our ...
... While there was loud partying going on downstairs, my brain screamed for sleep. I found a sandwich down the block, devoured it on my walk back, and settled into sleep.
I woke up the next morning and can't say I was feeling too social, so I went downstairs to the outside patio with a book and began to read over my morning oatmeal and tea. A girl sat at the table next to me and we shared a simple smile and polite hello, when I turned my attention back to my ...
... and a beautifully cut orange with a sprinkle of sugar for dessert. I woke up in the morning and had a muffin with coffee, and carried about my way making my way into the city. We eat lunch at about 2:30, and then dinner close to 8 so by the time I go to bed, I've walked off the entire meals dinner and then some and am actually a little hungry. Over here, they eat fruit for dessert, sometimes pastries when it's a special occasion, but most all the time it ...